Inclusion at Cookham Dean Primary School
At our school we aim to make everyone feel that they are a part of our school family - no matter what their needs. Everyone should feel supported to be able to achieve their very best, whatever that looks like. We value the importance of meeting the individual needs of all children.
We endeavour to do this by being open, honest and supportive as a school, working closely with families and professionals as well as ensuring that all our staff are trained to the highest level.
The SEN Co-ordinator is Miss Carys Windle. If you have any concerns about your child with regards special education needs, please contact the classteacher or Miss Windle direct.
Covid-19 School Closure SEN Information Report Addition
Inclusion within RBWM
We support the Windsor and Maidenhead Inclusion Charter (see below)
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM)’s Local Offer brings together information about services for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families, helping you to see what services are available and how to access them.
The Local Offer provides information on services for 0-25 year olds across Education, Health, Social Care, Education, Health and Care Plans, Short Breaks, Transport, Leisure and Preparation for Adulthood (16-25 section). You can also find information about advice and support available for families. Please click the above link to access the website.
SEN Code of Practice
Cookham Dean Primary School follow the SEN Code of Practice which includes guidance relating to disabled children and young people as well as though with special education needs (SEN).